More Brands Responding Poorly to Sandy

We showed you Barney’s distasteful response to hurricane Sandy, and it looks like there are other brands that similarly used the natural disaster as a marketing ploy. Here are more embarrassing examples of brands trying to capitalize on Sandy buzz.

Urban Outfitters

Jonathan Adler (Image via @kmaverick)

American Apparel 

(Image via @whitneyhess)

Laced Boston

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